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    "SLO" and "FLO" Keys..

    Took my 2010 260X for a first ride today and only used the "SLO" key.. I noticed that the boost gauge didn't show anything, is it off with the "SLO" key and only works when the "FLO" key is used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayman View Post
    Took my 2010 260X for a first ride today and only used the "SLO" key.. I noticed that the boost gauge didn't show anything, is it off with the "SLO" key and only works when the "FLO" key is used?

    Thanks.
    slo is reduced power setting... your boost gauge should have been reading somrthing.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayman View Post
    Took my 2010 260X for a first ride today and only used the "SLO" key.. I noticed that the boost gauge didn't show anything, is it off with the "SLO" key and only works when the "FLO" key is used?
    SLO key limits the max rpm operation so s/c is making very little boost.

    FPO key (Full Power Operation, not FLO) has no such rpm limitation.

    Your selling dealer sales guy should have explained you all these. Same info is in the owner's manual also.

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    let me splain one thing for you

    best to lock up one key right now. you can't make a dupe key wihout one working key!..

    I'd hightail it right back to the dealer and have him make you an extra FPO key. That little sucker is literally with it's weight in GOLD. Lock it up with the boat title. ONLY use it to make new keys

    There's a thread floating here where a guy lost both keys and now needs to repalce the $550 engine control unit ( not joking around)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    best to lock up one key right now. you can't make a dupe key wihout one working key!..

    I'd hightail it right back to the dealer and have him make you an extra FPO key. That little sucker is literally with it's weight in GOLD. Lock it up with the boat title. ONLY use it to make new keys

    There's a thread floating here where a guy lost both keys and now needs to repalce the $550 engine control unit ( not joking around)
    Or hide the spare in the battery compartment. That's what I did in case I ever forget mine for some reason...

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    And dont break it in with thew SLO key.....................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra250 Tn View Post
    And dont break it in with thew SLO key.....................
    why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayman View Post
    why not?
    http://www.mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm
    This is what many of us did and the Skis are running great!!

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